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you have discussions with mr. zimmerman as who how and where to maintain his firearm in a concealed way? >> my discussions with him for anything firearm related like that was, do what is comfortable, do what feels most natural. because if a stressful situation is thrust upon you, you'll always go back to what feels natural and what you've trained with. >> did you feel it was important in your discussions with mr. zimmerman that he have consistency in how he handleale his firearm? >> absolutely. >> can you recall any time where you saw mr. zimmerman use his left hand as his dominant hand for shooting a firearm? >> yes, sir. >> will you tell us about that? >> we practiced that, if you're unable to shoot with your come in fa -- dominant hand, use the other hand. in case your dominant hand gets broken in some kind of event, you may need to use your alternate hand for that reason. >> and that would be an alternative method of using the firearm? >> whatever hand can get to the firearm, that's the one you would use. >> and as you have testified before, you have known mr. zimmerman for how
>> so it's your opinion that it was george zimmerman screaming for help? >> absolutely, yes. >> do you have an opinion as to whose voice that is? >> i thought it was george. >> can you identify whose voice that was yelling in the background? >> george's. >> how do you know that? >> i recognized his voice. >> msnbc's craig melvin joins us live from the courthouse. what can tell you us about the docket for the rest of today? >> the witness on the stand, leeann benjamin just testified on the stand that she and her husband at one point donated to the website also took food to he and his wife, also bought clothes for the trial and encouraged him to go back to college in general. what's been most interesting today, thomas, and you just alluded to it. every witness who's been put on the stand so far sondra and mark osterman and now leeanne benjamin, he's played that 911 tape for every witness today. he's also played that 911 tape, he played it for the two witnesses on friday as well. so far every witness that the defense has called has heard that tape and they have also testified to the f
testified to the fact that it is george zimmerman's voice on that tape as well. so we expect the defense to continue to call witnesses today. at some points, we know, based upon conversations with mark o'mara, based on a conversation with him over the weekend, that they are going to call tracy martin as well, trayvon martin's father. >> they're going to be playing more of the audiotape of george zimmerman's call into the nonemergency police line. again, leeanne benjamin, swroge zimmerman's friend is on the stand. >> sanford police department. >> we have a real suspicious guy, the best address i can give you is 111 -- this guy looks like he's up to no good, or he's on drugs or something. it's raining and he's just walking around looking about. >> is he white, black or his sp span nick. >> he looks black. he's just staring. >> he's just walking around the area? >> he's looking at all the houses. now he's just staring at me. >> the -- that's the clubhouse. >> are you near the clubhouse right now? >> yes, now he's coming towards me. >> okay. >> and he's a black male? how old would you say he
testified in the second-degree murder trial of the man who shot and killed his son. george zimmerman, his testimony came after five of mr. zimmerman's friends took the stand. answered evidence of a key piece of evidence, the 911 call that captured someone screaming in the background. the defense argues trayvon martin initially told police that it was not his son's voice on that recording, and how that testimony began today was around that issue. >> after he played the tape, he basically just said do you recognize the voice? >> and what was your response? >> my response was simply i didn't tell him that -- i didn't tell them no, that wasn't trayvon. i kind of -- i think the chairs had wheels on them, and i kind of pushed away from the -- away from the table and just kind of shook my head and said i can't tell. >> so your words were i can't tell? >> something to that effect. but i never said no, that wasn't my son's voice. after listening to the tape for maybe 20 times, i said it was -- i knew that it was trayvon's voice. i didn't direct that towards any family members. >> but mr. martin's
zimmerman's friends and former defense today in court. court is underway at this moment. we have been watching it as you've been airplane for the ntsb news conference, and a trainer is discussing mixed martial arts fighting and the training of george zimmerman. some people came to the stand today to testify that the voice heard screaming on one of the police calls was not that of zimmerman -- was that of george zimmerman. back up, please. the people who did the calling -- the people who were in the courtroom said that it was george zimmerman doing the screaming, and not trayvon martin. the one screaming for -- in the key 9-1-1 call before trayvon martin was killed. the lead detective testified that trayvon martin's own father, at the time, was not so sure. listen. >> i don't know why. >> does he look -- >> i can't see him. i don't want to go out there. i don't know what's going on. >> some of zimmerman's friend were in tears after they heard the call, they testified, but they all gave the same answer. >> yes, definitely georgie. >> and how is it that you know that? >> i just -- i
emotion from george zimmerman in the courtroom as this week's testimony could see more family on the stand to testify on his behalf. friday, zimmerman was visibly afecked. listening to his uncle explain when he heard those highly scrutinized screams for help on a 911 audiotape. >> i said, that is george. and i stood up and looked at the tv. >> reporter: also zimmerman's mother -- >> do you know whose voice that was screaming in the background? >> yes. >> whose voice is that? >> my son george. >> how are you certain of that? >> because he is my son. >> reporter: a day of duelling testimony, after sybrina fulton told the court what she heard. >> that screaming or yelling, do you recognize that? >> yes. >> and who do you recognize that to be, ma'am? >> trayvon benjamin martin. >> reporter: martin's older brother also testified the screams were from his brother, but in cross-examination fulton was put on the spot for once telling a reporter he wasn't positive about who was screaming only later to conclude it was trayvon martin. for most of day nine, jurors listened to the medical
the person, you believe is george zimmerman yelling help, help continuously? >> that was absolutely george zimmerman. >> no doubt in your mind you believe it's george zimmerman? >> there's not a single doubt in my mind. >> he have yelling over and over help, help? >> yes. i heard like other screams help but the screams in particular, i could tell, i knew that was george zimmerman. >> you heard other screams too that you weren't sure of? >> there was help. those particular emotional, obviously when someone is in dire straits whether be combat or anything else your voice obviously changes. i've heard 250 pound men sound like a little girl screaming, but before you get there you know who he is. >> you had -- you believe there were george zimmerman and others you can't make out? >> the voices i heard screaming and for help are george zimmerman. there's other voices on top of that in the tape. there's 911 operator. there's other stuff which oddly enough i'm familiar with because in the den of battle you have a loot of extraneous other noises going on at the same time. >> other people yelling or
zimmerman, it's hard to think of him not as a good guy at this point. so, yes, the defense has made some inroads. >> all right. let's see what's going on in the courtroom right now as they continue the questioning of trayvon martin's father, tracy. >> mr. martin, i was asking you about the 27th, direct serino came and showed you a photograph and you identified it as your son, corrects? >> correct. >> and we move to the 28th and you go down with at the time brandy green, correct? >> correct. >> and at that time they played several recordings for you, correct? >> yeah, they played a series of 91 1 calls. >> and these were calls where neighbors had called in regarding what you now knew was the death of your son, correct in. >> correct. >> and the recordings were of people calling and explaining that somebody had been shot and i'm sure you listened to the person now identified as the lady who went hysterical in the 911 call, you were listening to all that? >> to my recollection, i don't think detective serino played each call in its entirety. to my knowledge, he played some of each call lead
>>> we begin in the courtroom on day ten of testimony in the george zimmerman murder trial. right now we're hearing from a gym owner and personal trainer familiar with zimmerman's mma training. let's listen in. >> you had an opportunity to see mr. zimmerman shortly after the altercation with mr. martin, correct? >> yes. >> can you tell the jury when that was? >> i don't know the exact date, but i would say it was within a couple days after the incident. >> describe him, if you would. did you notice what he looked like? >> he had black eyes. his nose was scraped up. he had some bandages on a his head. that was the obvious physical bruising he had. he looked emotionally traumatized. >> have you seen that in fighters that you've worked with? >> i've seen that in people. generally not in fighters after, you know, they've been competing for a while. a little bit different. he had the look of a human being who had been through an extremely traumatic experience and was traumatized from it. almost like a state of shock that was continuing. >> the -- did he have a conversation with you whe
next, breaking news, the judge in the george zimmerman murder trial says testimony of alleged marijuana use by trayvon martin can be heard by the jury. a significant development just tonight. and trayvon martin's father takes the stand making a strong denial about something he has allegedly said about his son any voice. >> later we have exclusive video of the plane crash in san francisco with the latest on the investigation and what the pilots might have done wrong in the final second. we have a pilot who has flown the plane with us. and did an emergency vehicle responding to the crash trying to save lives end up killing one of the victims? one of the big questions and some answers tonight. let's go "outfront." >>> good monday evening, everyone. i'm erin burnett. out front two bombshell moments in the george zimmerman trial today. it was an incredible day to watch this. and the judge ruled that the jury, can hear evidence that trayvon martin may have had marijuana in his system when he was killed. that was a significant ruling. it had been under intense dispute. also trayvon martin's fa
of the courtroom in sanford, florida, where any minute, george zimmerman's lawyers will start calling witnesses. they put zimmerman's mother on the stand to make an assessment of the calls made on the night 17-year-old trayvon martin was killed. prior to that, prosecutors presented their final witnesses including trayvon martin's mother who testified it was her son screaming on the call. we heard from the medical examiner who performed martin's autopsy. >> i believe he was alive for 1 to 10 minutes after he was shot it. his heart was beating until there was no blood left. at that point, his heart stopped. >> are you saying he could move or he couldn't in terps of -- can you say it one way or the other? >> from my experience, on other autopsy i did three weeks ago, i don't believe he can move after shot. >> joining me now, craig melvin and legal analyst lisa bloom in new york. craig, starting with you what do we expect to see today from the defense? >> the defense, third witness, and over the weekend we learned from mark o'mara that at some point, perhaps as early as today, the defense plans to
we approach? >> yes. >>> the george zimmerman trial continues today with the first full day of the defense continuing their case. they're actually at a side bar discussing with the judge at this moment. i'm joined now by msnbc legal analyst, lisa bloom. lisa, we have just seen tracy martin, the father of trayvon martin, on the stand. and i think this is what the defense have been building up to today, isn't it, by presenting all of these witnesses, who are claiming that the voice they heard screaming out on that so-called lauer 911 tape was actually george zimmerman. >> well, that's right. and there have been seven witnesses who were family members or friends of george zimmerman who said, it is george zimmerman screaming out for help on that call. now we hear from tracy martin, the father of trayvon martin, who says he now believes it was his son, trayvon martin, calling out. but we know that initially, when he heard it the first time, he denied that it was his son. and we heard from two police officers who were present at that initial interview. the defense is opening, numb
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recordings about his call, his being george zimmerman's call to the police that day? >> no, i don't recall hearing. is there any reason why you would have heard the story, you don't know why? >> no. because i was trying not to pay attention. >> on purpose. >> on purpose. i was trying not. i know that the news was going to be covering it. i just, and plus my work schedule, i'm not always home anyway. >> sure. if i play something for you, will you be able to recognize the voice that's on there, do you think? >> i'll try. >> okay. >> you haven't heard that recording where he's calling the police? >> i don't think so. >> where there is profanity being used? >> i don't think so. >> okay. >> unless you played it in a deposition, i don't -- >> that wasn't a trick question. i'm just asking. may i approach? >>. >> i will play the whole thing, then i'll play a certain part. >> for the record, it's states 17 173. >> sanford police department. >> okay. we had some break-ins in my neighborhood. there is a real suspicious guy on the circle. 111 peachtree circle. this guy looks like he's up to no good or
excused for the day at the george zimmerman trial in florida. today's testimony for the defense, on this 911 call the might trayvon martin was killed. >> i don't know why i think they are yelling help but i don't know. just send someone quick please. >> does he look hurt to you? >> i can't see them. i don't want to go out there. i don't know what is going on. >> they need to come now. >> trayvon's mother and brother testified it was his voice. trayvon's mother took the stand and said it was her son. friends of zimmerman agreed. >> there is absolutely no doubt in my mind that is george zimmerman and i wish to god i did not have that ability to understand that. >> do you know whose voice that is in the background screaming? >> yes. definitely. georgie. >> how is it that you know that? >> i just hear -- i hear it. i hear him screaming. >> and also today the lead detective in the case said trayvon's father told him two days after the shooting that those screams weren't his son's. but trayvon's father refuted that. >> what did you ask him? >> i believe my words were, is that your son
zimmerman. >> on friday, the prosecution called trayvon martin's mother and brother to the stand. both of whom said it was martin calling for help. today the prosecution highlighted the fact -- highlighted the call that zimmerman made to police that night. attorney bernie de la rionda asked sondra osterman, a friend of zimmerman's, whether zimmerman seemed angry that night. >> when someone tells the police that these -- pardon my language -- [ bleep ] get away, he's not upset that in the past people have gotten away and this time they're -- this time mr. trayvon martin is going to get away? you don't take it as that? >> i don't take it as he's angry, no. >> let's go back to the court now where george zimmerman's a friend don donnelly is testifying on the stand. >> you heard another par dealing with where he uses other derogatory words? you had not heard that before? >> i may have heard snippets of it, sir. but i'm hearing everything pretty much fully today. >> okay. so you were trying to become familiar with his voice, i guess you were already familiar with his voice but you were tryin
in my mind that is george zimmerman. >> we get you back inside the courtroom now. on the stand was the lead investigator of the case, detective chris serino. >> -- after the walk through. i think it was the 28th. >> okay. what was the purpose of you bringing mr. martin and ms. green to your office? >> to bring them up to speed as far as the progress of the investigation, where we were at that point. >> okay. they had some concerns, did they not, as to whether or not mr. zimmerman at that point had been arrested. >> yes, sir. >> okay. were you sharing with them your progress, what was done and still needed to be done? >> yes, sir. >> and can you outline the setting, where you were when you had this conversation with the two of them? >> we conducted a meeting in the conference room that we have in the police department on the second floor, and i -- and after that i went ahead and played the 911 recordings for him. >> okay. do you recall where that recording took place? >> it was at my desk. >> okay. that was as testified to by previous officers as sort of a cubby hole set up with
of these systems. >>> whose voice is crying for help? the defense calls friends of george zimmerman to testify about the 911 recording from the night trayvon martin died. could the defense also call martin's father to the stand? we'll bring you the trial live whether it resumes from the lunch break. >>> city of second chances. former new york governor eliot spitzer is trying to reclaim his political career after being caught up in that prostitution scandal. this time is he running for new york city controller. >> what i'm looking for is a chance to be heard. want the voters to listen to what i've done, look at the record i developed as an attorney general, as an assistant attorney general, as a governor, and say this guy assisted the public interest. >>> rule britainnia. andy murray brings the wimbledon trophy home for the first time in 77 years. fred perry was the last brit to win the singles title at wimbledon. that was all the way back in 1936. this morning andy murray told the "today" show his new reign at the all-england club was well worth the wait. >> it's been a lot of years since any
or not mr. zimmerman at that point had been arrested? >> yes, sir. >> were you sharing with them your progress, what was done and what still needed to be done? >> yes, sir. >> and can you outline the setting, where you were when you had this conversation with the two of them? >> we conducted a meeting in the conference room that we have in the police department on the second floor. and after that i went ahead and played the 911 recordings for him. >> do you recall where that recording took place? >> it was at my desk. >> and that was, as testified to by a previous officer, sort of a cubby hole setup with two or three other desks in close proximity? >> yes, sir. >> and can you then tell the jury how that was set up, where you were sitting, where mr. martin was sitting, if he was, and where miss green was sitting? >> okay, i was seated in front of my desk facing my computer monitor. mr. martin was to my rear left. and next to him was his girlfriend or fiancee, brandy. and kind of like in that posture. >> okay. so if i'm sitting at my screen right here, you were sitting down? >> yes, sir
. >>> thanks, jake. the 911 call that's at the center of george zimmerman's defense. >> do you think he's yelling help? >> yes. >> all right, what is your -- >> trayvon martin's father testifies about the screams on that 911 call and whether or not they belonged to his son. did the victim's father help the defense's case? also, zimmerman's friends take to the stand. they're identifying what they believe is the 911 screamer and show a more personal and emotional side to the defendant. >> and after the terrifying crash at san francisco airport, we're going to show you how nearly all the passengers survived and how you could make it out of an air disaster alive. i'm wolf blitzer. you're in "the situation room." >> george zimmerman's lawyers relied on an unlikely witness to help them make their case today, that would be the father of trayvon martin. tracy martin was called to testify about his initial reaction to a 911 call made that night and whether he could identify the person heard screaming for help in the background. two detectives took the stand before him to describe what happened w
on "hannity." george zimmerman, charged with second degree murder of trayvon martin breaks his silence. i traveled to seminole county, florida, where zimmerman is free on bail and awaiting trial. and he his attorney mark o'mara discuss what happened the night of that tragic shooting, the aftermath. in this exclusive interview, the events of that night, straighten out the record about internet rumors involving me, and george delivers a message to the martin family and to you, the american people. a lot of time has passed, since this incident with trayvon. how do you feel about it that you've had time to reflect on what has happened? >> i haven't really had the time to reflect on it. when i was in jail, obviously, i was in solitary confinement, and i had a lot of time to think and reflect. and i just think it's a tragic situation. i hope it's the most difficult thing that i'll ever go through in my life. >> let's go back to the night of the shooting. take us back to that night. you were going to the store. let's start at the beginning. >> i was going to target to do my weekly grocery shoppi
to show restraint and respect for the people. >> mark: thanks, noreen, for updating us. the zimmerman trial goes on, and this was an interesting day. they're all interesting but this one particularly. we heard from the victim's father. we'll talk to robin as sax next on "the turks." we have a big, big hour and the iq will go way up. (vo) current tv gets the conversation started weekdays at 9 eastern. >> i'm a slutty bob hope. the troops love me. tv and radio talk show host stephanie miller rounds out current's morning news block. you're welcome current tv audience for the visual candy. (vo) sharp tongue. >>excuse me? (vo) quick wit. >> and yes, president obama does smell like cookies and freedom. (vo) and above all, opinion and attitude. >> really?! this is the kind of stuff they say about something they just pulled freshly from their [bleep]. >> you know what those people are like. >> what could possibly go wrong in eight years of george bush? >> my producer just coughed up a hairball. >>sorry. >>just be grateful current tv doesn't come in "smell-o-vision" >> oh come on! the sweatsh
perspective. >> the defense in the george zimmerman trial right now argue that a key part of the 911 call helps to make the case that george zimmerman acted in self defense when he shot trayvon martin. and we'll she you that argument just a head. dozen was people missing after a train accident looks like a massive bomb blast. we'll show you what went wrong there. hey linda! what are you guys doing? having some fiber! with new phillips' fiber good gummies. they're fruity delicious! just two gummies have 4 grams of fiber! to help support gularity! i want some... [ woman ] hop on over! [ marge ] fiber the fun way, from phillips'. >> as americans across the nation celebrated four the've july. these 13 men are military veterans hoping to achieve more independence after returning from war with catastrophic injuries. they are trying to help those men get in so- called smart homes without relying on others. they feature cab nes that lower with a push of a button and ipad control that change room temperature and lower the blinds. earlier this week megyn kelliy talked to the vets about the difficul
", george zimmerman the man charged with second degree murder of trayvon martin breaks his silence. earlier today i traveled to seminole county florida where zimmerman is on bail waiting trial. he and his attorney mark omira discussed what happened the night of the tragic the aftermath and what lies ahead for them in this exclusive interview and go through the events of that night and they straighten out the record of internet rumors involving me and george delivers message to the martin family and to you and the american people. >> a lot of times passed since the incident with trayvon. how do you feel about it now that you have had time to reflect on what has happened? >> i haven't really had the time to reflect on it. when i was in jail i was in solitary confinement i had time to think and reflect. i just think it's a tragic situation. i hope it's the most difficult thing i will ever go through in my life, but -- >> let's go back to the night of the shooting. take us back to that night. you were going to the store. >> yes. >> let's start with the beginning. >> i was going to target to do
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. >>> at the trial in sanford, florida, george zimmerman's defense team started its first full day presenting its case. on the stand, trayvon martin's father. the point of contention today? what he heard on the 911 call. our report tonight from nbc's ron mott. >> reporter: today, defense attorney mark o'mara challenged trayvon martin's father about whether he told police the first time he heard the 911 call that it was not his son's voice screaming for help. >> i kind of pushed away -- away from the table and shook my head and said i can't tell. >> reporter: the prosecutor later listened to the tape at the mayor's office 20 times. >> basically what i was listening to. i was listening to my son's last friday for he cry for help, listening to his life being taken, and i was coming -- trying to come to grips that trayvon was here no more. >> reporter: earlier, the lead investigator offered a different reaction to the 911 tape. >> i inquired if that was, in fact, his son yelling for help. >> what was his response? >> he -- he was more of a -- verbal and nonverbal. he looked away and under his breath
begins -- >> it's a blue monday. >> the george zimmerman trial. we'll have more on that for you. plus authorities continue to search for 40 missing people in connection with saturday's massive train derailment. >>> defense attorneys are calling their witnesses to the stand today in the trial of george zimmerman, the plan who has pleaded not guilty in the death of trayvon martin. zimmerman contend he's acted in self-defense. nbc's sarah dallof is outside the courthouse in sanford, florida, for us. good morning to you. >> reporter: good morning, richard. a new week and a new chapter in the trial of george zimmerman. as the defense prepares for its first full day at the helm. through nine days of testimony and 38 witnesses, the prosecution laid out their attempt to show george zimmerman as an overzealous neighborhood watch volunteer who set into motion a deadly chain of events. now it's the defense's turn. so far, they've been able to outside prosecution's own witnesses to build a case of a man protecting his own life when he pulled the trigger. they could wrap up by wednesday or thursda
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. >> reporter: defense attorneys for george zimmerman are attacking prosecution assertions that trayvon martin is the one yelling for help on that 911 call, the night he was shot and killed. susan mcginnis reports from the courthouse in sanford, florida. >> reporter: the defense called several friends of george zimmerman. each one took the stand. and each said they believed it's his voice on this 911 call, screaming for help. [ screaming ] >> so you think he's yelling help? >> yes. >> chose voice is this? >> george zimmerman's voice. >> definitely georgey's. >> no doubt in my mind that is george zimmerman. >> reporter: on friday, zimmerman's mother and uncle testified the screams were zimmerman's. the defense claims the neighborhood watchman shot trayvon martin in self-defense after the teen attacked him. but the family of martin believes it was his. the case >> reporter: the case could turn on the deadsly screams. >> reporter: during cross- examination, prosecutors pointed out that sondra osterman wrote a book about the case, with the proceeds going to george zimmerman. they spent thousands,
developments right now in the second-degree murder case against george zimmerman. the trial is now in its third week of testimony. about ten minutes ago trayvon martin's father took the stand. >> the defense is presenting its case to the jury now and the screams heard on that 911 call are once again in the spotlight. nbc's jay gray is at the courthouse in sanford, florida, where the jury heard from a parade of friends testifying on behalf of zimmerman. >> reporter: you're right. it's been a very busy day inside the courtroom here in sanford, florida. what i can tell you, we saw trayvon martin's dad take the stand within the last ten or 15 minutes. he's refuting testimony earlier from investigators. the focus in court again was today this dramatic 911 call from the night trayvon martin died. investigators were called back to the witness stand to share with jurors the response trayvon martin's father had the first time he was asked who it was screaming for help in the background of that call? >> okay. and mr. martin's response? >> that it was not his son. >> i think you earlier said he put his he
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of people still reported missing. >>> also the george zimmerman murder trial, back in session in florida. after two weeks of the prosecution calling witnesses now the defense is making its case. our legal panel breaks down today's proceedings coming up. jon: the second-degree murder trial of george zimmerman entering its third week of testimony today in florida. the defense getting its turn today, after prosecutors rested their case last friday. their goal? to convince jurors that zimmerman killed trayvon martin in self-defense. we've already heard from some of zimmerman's family but we still don't know whether george zimmerman himself will take the stand. joining me now, jennifer bonjean a criminal defense attorney. dr. michael baden a forensic pathologist and fox news contributor, and susan constantine, a jury consultant. welcome to each of you. jennifer, to you first, just having, you know, kept your nose into this case, and having heard what the prosecution presented, do they have enough to get a second-degree murder conviction in your view? >> i think that they may fall a little sho
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, george zimmerman's friends take the stands, followed by martin's own father. susan mcginnis reports for wjz, from the courthouse in sanford. >>> the defense called several friends of george zimmerman. each one took the stand. and each said they believe it's his voice on this 911 call, screaming for help. >> help! >> so you think he's yelling help? >> yes. >> and whose voice is this? >> george zimmerman's voice. >> yes, definitely georgey. >> i thought it was george. >> reporter: john donnelly wiped away tears after hearing the tape. >> there's no doubt in my mind that is george zimmerman. >> reporter: on friday, zimmerman's mother and uncle testified the screams were george zimmerman's. the neighborhood watchman claims he shot the teenager in self-defense after the teenager attacked him. but the prosecution and martin's family believes the screams came from the teenager. >> reporter: the screams on that 911 call are critical. the case could turn on who the jury believes the agreesor was during the-- aggressor was during the confrontation. >> the shooting. >> reporter: during cross-
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of the trayvon martin murder trial. it's the first full day for george zimmerman's defense team, which say they could rest their case as early as wednesday. zimmerman is pleading not guilty to second-degree murder charges, citing self-defense. well, today the defense team called witness after witness, including trayvon's father, tracy martin, in an attempt to counter last week's dramatic testimony from trayvon's mother, sabrina fulton. she told the court it was absolutely her son's voice yelling for help in the background of a neighbor's 911 call, but mr. martin previously said that it wasn't his son's voice, it was key testimony. at the heart of the issue whether or not zimmerman acted, as he claims, in self-defense. since the prosecution rested its case on friday, the defense has already called about a dozen witnesses, including zimmerman's mother, who said late friday that it was her son's voice on that tape, and not trayvon's. some ten witnesses took stand today and more are on the way. let's get to msnbc's craig melvin for the latest from the florida courthouse. craig? >> reporter: mi
, a big week in the george zimmerman trial. the defense resumes its case. remember they have to prove this was self-defense. it's unusual, but the big moment, you're looking right there, that was trayvon martin's mother. when the defense started, they put on george zimmerman's mother. at issue, whose voice on the 911 tape? who connected better with the jurors? we'll tell you. >>> plus we're learning more about the south korean pilot who was at the controls at the moment the plane crashed. here's some of that cnn exclusive video. we're going to break down this stunning video of the crash and what it could tell investigators coming up. mine was earned in djibouti, africa. 2004. vietnam in 1972. [ all ] fort benning, georgia in 1999. [ male announcer ] usaa auto insurance is often handed down from generation to generation. because it offers a superior level of protection and because usaa's commitment to serve military members, veterans, and their families is without equal. begin your legacy, get an auto insurance quote. usaa. we know what it means to serve. with centurylink visionary clo
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